It’s been said that developing software is messy and it’s always messy..that’s just how it is…even with established technology and an experienced development team. But when you throw in new technology, things can even get messier because teams often are learning the technology at the same time they are building. 471 more words
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The Valentine Cast Show Notes
Coming to you, from Louisville, KY! It’s the ValentineCast with your Moe couple, J and Renee Valentine.
Intro Music – Who Loves Me by Pretty Lights – … 155 more words
Recently at Prairie Dev Con I gave a talk on #NoEstimates and part of the discussion centered on the practice of using estimates as motivation. Using estimates as motivation *may* be effective in the short term, but in the long term I believe it is dangerous and more likely to negatively affect motivation. 468 more words
A few times recently I’ve been asked about retrospectives – specifically how to keep them from becoming a gripe session. Here are a few things that I’ve found effective: 460 more words
Practices such as Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery should not be confused as point goals or destinations. They are better thought of as a cluster of capabilities on a continuum of applied skills and best practices that reduce risk and increase the predictability and value creation. 353 more words